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True Love - The Carlisles - Busy Body Boogie (CD)

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  1. The True Loves discography and songs: Music profile for The True Loves, formed Genres: Soul, Funk. Albums include Famous Last Words, Grace Love and the True Loves, and The Dirty / .
  2. Bing Crosby Miscellaneous True Love True Love The Four Aces Written by Cole Porter This version did not chart but Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly's duet from the film "High Sociiety" did hit # 3 in And competing version by Jane Morgan hit .
  3. In , the True Loves recorded their debut instrumental LP, Famous Last Words, which received citywide adoration and earned them spots at coveted festivals like Sasquatch, Doe Bay, and Upstream. In , the group released the “Dapper Derp/Kabuki” 45” on WeCoast Records and in the famed Colemine Records released the “Famous Last.
  4. X45 Female Hercules / Honey Love - (rev. Aug. 21) X45 Busy Body Boogie / The Mainest' Thing - (rev. Nov. 6) X45 Rusty Old Halo / It's Bedtime, Bill - (rev. Feb. 5) x45 Bargain Day, Half Off / Nine Have Tried (And Nine Have Died) - (rev. Apr. 30) x45 Lil' Liza Jane / Teletouch - (rev. Aug. 6).
  5. Album Sun 60th Anniversary. True love (your love) Your true love (your love) True love, baby That's what you give to me Well, the big Boogie In The Park.
  6. Both titles also issued on Bear Family(G)BFX ,CD BCD THE CARLISLES: Bill Carlisle(g,vo) with Kenny Hill,Betty Amos(vo) Chet Atkins(g) & others unknown. Nashville,September, Nine have tried,nine died Merc YW Busy body boogie Merc;Wing MGW W,MGW W,PKW Bear Family(G)BFX ,CD BCD
  7. True Love - 16 Classic Love Songs from the 50s by Various Artists Go Unlimited Try now Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample) 1. We Got Love. by Bobby Rydell. We Got Love by Bobby Rydell. 4/5(1).
  8. With more than twice as many cuts, this CD features some of country music's most flamboyant pre-and-post rockabilly records and some of its most famous novelty songs, including Too Old To Cut The Mustard, No Help Wanted, Knot Hole, and Is Zat You, Myrtle.

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